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Posted on: October 21, 2020

Author Ilya Shapiro Discusses His Book "Supreme Disorder"

On Thursday, November 5, at 7 pm (via Zoom) author Ilya Shapiro - Director of the Center for Constitutional Studies at the Cato Institute - will discuss his recent book, "Supreme Disorder: Judicial Nominations and the Politics of America's Highest Court."

Thursday, November 5 @ 7 pm (via Zoom)

Author Ilya Shapiro Discusses His Recent Book Supreme Disorder

Why have appointments to the high court become one of the most explosive features of our system of government? Many voters in the 2016 election cast their ...

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News Flash: Mary Riley Styles Public Library
Posted on: October 21, 2020

Community Conversation on Affordable Housing

Join us via Zoom on Tuesday, November 17, at 7 pm for a community conversation about affordable housing in Falls Church. A panel of experts will discuss the topic and then field questions from the community.

Tuesday, November 17 @ 7pm (via Zoom)

Community Conversation on Affordable Hosing in Falls Church

Falls Church is one of the most desirable places to live in the region, but it is increasingly difficult for low-income people to do so. Come participate in a ...

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News Flash: Mary Riley Styles Public Library
Posted on: September 30, 2020

Book Drop Reopens & Curbside Hours Increasing... Starting October 1

We've reopened our book drop at 601. S. Oak St. and expanded our curbside pickup hours on weekday evenings and Saturday afternoons.

 

Book Drop Now Open

You can now return books 24/7 using the book drop just inside the gate at our temporary location at 601 S. Oak St. (at the trailers in front of Thomas Jefferson Elementary School). We will also continue to accept returns using ...

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News Flash: Mary Riley Styles Public Library
Posted on: September 15, 2020

Due Dates Resume on October 1

Starting October 1, we will resume the use of regular due dates (which we have been automatically extending since we closed in mid-March due to COVID). Learn more about how to determine when your items are due and how to return them!

Due Dates Resume October 1

Since we closed the library building to the public in mid-March in response to COVID-19, we have been automatically extending all due dates for items checked out before we closed and also for items checked out more recen...

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News Flash: Mary Riley Styles Public Library
Posted on: June 15, 2020

Library Support for Racial & Social Justice

Read statements in support of racial and social justice from the Library Director and Board of Trustees. And find resources - including reading lists - on the subject. Learn more...

News Flash: Mary Riley Styles Public Library
Posted on: June 29, 2020

Mary Riley Styles Public Library Is Going Fine Free!

In an effort to remove barriers to service, we will no longer charge fines for overdue materials starting July 1st, 2020. All previously assessed fines for overdue materials will also be forgiven.

Lost, missing, or damaged materials will remain on patron accounts until those materials are returned or the replacement fee for the material is paid depending on condition. Materials that are 30 days overdue are automatically billed to the patron account...

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News Flash: Mary Riley Styles Public Library
Posted on: March 16, 2020

Information About Library Closure

In response to COVID-19, the library is closed until further notice. Learn more about what library programs and services will be available during the closure.

Library Building Closed, Programs Moved Online, Curbside Service Now Available

  • The library building (temporary location at 601 S. Oak Street) is closed to the public until further notice. 
  • All programs and events - including offsite programs - have...
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News Flash: Mary Riley Styles Public Library